The cast of “Corduroy” at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts shared with us some of their favorite first theater memories.
In this jammed packed episode, we sit down Megan Burtt who just left for an overseas music tour, Nancy Stohlman who has a new book coming out and Germinal Stage Denver to talk about their upcoming 45th season.
Kalond Irlanda guest hosts this week’s episode of The Nightly Met. We sat down with Lorraine Scott to discuss “Boston…
This summer current UNC students, alums and professors have all taken over the Colorado dinner theater scene by leading productions of “The Little Mermaid,” “Newsies” and “Grease.”
On tonight’s episode, we sit down with local singer-songwriter Pamela Machala. She performs three songs for us so be sure to check it out.
On this episode, we talk with the local band Wild Mountain as well as local actors Adrianne Hampton, Amanda Berg Wilson and Patrick Mueller, and Kalond Irlanda.
On the latest edition of The Nightly Met we got all caught up on some local productions happening. We sat down with the cast of “Fences” from Lone Tree Arts Center, “Native Gardens from the DCPA Theatre and “The Way Station” and “South Star” from and Toto Too. We also talked with Mark Stevens about a new literary project he has taken on and the local and young band The Wannabes.
On this episode of The Nightly Met, Norrell Moore and Alicia K. Meyers from BDT Stage talk about “Always… Patsy Cline,” Jeff Parker stops by to discuss “The Producers,” Billie McBride gives us a look at “A Picasso” and Emma Messanger talks about her time working at the Arvada Center. Plus musical guest Corey McCauley and the Hop Jam Brew stop by.
This week on The Nightly Met we get caught up with Avourneen just in time for St. Patricks Day. As well as a conversation with author K.M. Ecke, Megan Van De Hey and Heather Lacy. We also played a fun game of Word Sneak.
Our first show back from a winter break is clean, fresh and all new. This week we sit down with the cast of ‘Hedwig and the angry Inch’ from the Aurora Fox, talked with Kimberly Jongejan at Northglenn Arts as well as a look at ‘Fun Home’ at Miners Ally Playhouse.